ZIMBABWEANS have continued to dominate the continent on condom use, with a staggering 115 million condoms distributed countrywide last year.

Stakeholders in the health sector said the sharp increase in the uptake of condoms could have contributed to the steady decline in the HIV prevalence rate, which has dropped by 30% since 2009.

The government, with the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), distributed 110 million male condoms and five million female condoms.

Unparalleled high levels of greed and insatiable appetite for personal enrichment have all come at a cost to the economy.
The endemic corruption has contributed to the low capital inflows, un-competitiveness of the local industry and poor economic performance.

Zimbabwe's awakening giant story continues to be derailed by the widespread corruption in both the public and private sector.

While individuals benefited from diverting national resources for their personal

IN what could be a make-or-break attempt to dislodge President Robert Mugabe in the forthcoming harmonised elections in 2018, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has sent emissaries to People Democratic Party (PDP) president Tendai Biti to initiate talks that could lead to the formation of a coalition of opposition parties ahead of the 2018 polls, Zimbabwe Independent has learnt.

This comes at a time former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s movement, People First (PF), is keen to have Biti

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A Bulawayo man claimed he walked in on his wife while allegedly romping with her lover a ‘Ben 10’, on their matrimonial bed and the wife who was apparently at the height of ecstasy ”sternly” charged him not to disturb the ‘steamy” sex romp.

And, rather than reacting with anger and beating the two lovebirds, the shocked man reportedly obeyed his ‘cheating” wife’s instructions and went straight to the living room

Dancehall musician Doubles was offered free sex on stage after a splendid performance in Mutare over the weekend. A girl dressed in all white jumped on stage and ordered Doubles to have sex with her so that she could have Doubles’ baby by October.

“Iwe Dhabhuru ndikw….izvezvi ndoda Mwana akachena kunge iwewe.” Unondinakidza voice rako saka unon*** futi,” she shouted while jumping on stage.

Born Decided Razerera Marange, Boubles had to retreat from the

A pensioner who died while having sex was wheeled out of his house by paramedics - with a prostitute reportedly still attached.

The shocking video, was has been shared thousands of times online, shows the man lying on a stretcher covered in a blue sheet.

Underneath the sheet, the outline of what is presumed to be a woman can be seen crouching underneath.

It is alleged that the elderly man was having sex with a prostitute when he died.

Although rare, men and women can get

 POKING in cars can get you robbed, hijacked or even murdered.
This is according to the police in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni who are strongly urging people not to have sex in public spaces.
On Sunday night, the cops arrested two couples after they found them bonking in a car at the park in Spruitview.
The couples were charged with public indecency. Captain Mega Ndobe said: “The arrested couples will appear in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court

Civil servants yesterday applauded Government’s decision to furnish them with exact dates when their 2015 bonuses will be paid, saying the move enabled them to plan and concentrate on service delivery.

The Government workers also heaped praises on President Mugabe — who made a commitment last year that civil servants would be paid their 13th cheque — saying it showed that “his words will never go down the river”.

Most civil servants, who traditionally

A POLICE assistant commissioner is at the centre of the “love triangle” that sparked the topical adultery constitutional challenge that recently spilled into the Constitutional Court, it has emerged.

Assistant Commissioner Lawrence Muzondiwa Njodzi and his wife Georgina Njodzi, a police superintendent, clashed over allegations that the top cop was having an extra-marital relationship with a Harare Central Hospital nurse.

The top police officer, based at the Harare

A 36-year-old man was on Sunday brutally killed and his body was discovered with some deep cuts on his neck and privates. The deceased, Simon Chamupaningi, who was a security guard in Mutare’s low-density suburb of Murambi, had his privates pierced and separated into pieces. He also had huge wounds around his neck. Manicaland provincial police spokesman Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa said the murderer was still at large and investigations were in progress.

“We have since

The Prosecutor-General’s Office has been ordered to release the original docket of the rape case involving Zanu-PF Bikita West legislator Munyaradzi Kereke after the private prosecutor indicated that the duplicate docket which he was given had been heavily tampered with to the prejudice of the complainant.

The order came after private prosecutor Mr Charles Warara had made an application to have the original docket released saying he had written so many letters to the

A verbal war between Zanu-PF Politburo members Professor Jonathan Moyo and Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa escalated yesterday with Mutsvangwa challenging Prof Moyo to go for a DNA test, claiming the Tsholotsho North MP was the son of the late Zanu (Ndonga) leader Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole.

Cde Mutsvangwa was addressing representatives of war veterans, ex-political detainees and restrictees during a regional stakeholder consultation workshop in Bulawayo when he fired his latest salvo at

Prophet Sham Hungwe of the ‘anointed’ pens saga yesterday claimed a number of people are coming testifying that the ‘miracle’ worked for them.

The prophet sold pens to congregants towards the Ordinary and Advanced level examinations in October last year claiming that they will help students pass their examinations. There are reports that a number of people flocked to his church in Highfield last Sunday giving testimonies that the pens are useful.



The first Siamese twins to be successfully separated by a team of Zimbabwean doctors in 2014 are growing up well in Harare’s Highfield suburb.
The twins' wounds are yet to fully heal leaving them vulnerable to diseases.

The first of July 2014 will always be a day to remember as Zimbabwean surgeons successfully separated Siamese twin babies, a first for the country's health service sector.

The then two-month-old twins were joined from the chest to the upper

Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Cde Prisca Mupfumira has called on officials in her ministry to be vigilant and responsive to distress calls for relief food.
This follows distress calls from Mukumbura aired on the ZBC News bulletins.

Cde Mupfumira says she was disturbed by reports that some families are starving in Mukumbura and blamed the development on some officials who are sleeping on duty.

Addressing senior ministry officials attending a 3-day

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